Frontline health and care workers in Lambeth can get their vaccine via the South East London CCG
Those who are frontline health and care workers are eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccination as part of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) priority groups to prevent mortality and maintain health and social care systems.
Frontline health and care worker in Lambeth, Beatrice Banda, discusses in the video below why she took the vaccine to protect herself, her family and the community.
Beatrice Banda, Care Home Manager at Ashley Cooper House states:
“Last year I was very sick with COVID-19 it took me six weeks to recover. This was very depressing and emotional for my family. My children thought I was going to die. I do not want to go through this experience again and I do not want to see others suffer form it.”
“I was looking forward to taking the vaccine and I’m happy I have taken it.”
How to book if you are frontline health and care worker
If you are a frontline health and care worker in south east London, whether you are paid or work on a voluntary basis – you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and they will contact you to arrange a convenient appointment date and time within three working days.
Read more about the COVID-19 vaccination rollout in Lambeth here.
For further up to date information on the please visit www.selondonccg.nhs.uk. The website will provide you with a range of information including leaflets, the latest guidance and frequently asked questions.